Marine commandant considers major changes to improve force retention
from Marine Corps Times
The Marine Corps is considering making major changes for a more nimble re-enlistment process and a retention policy that focuses on talent not promotion as the force prepares for the future. Gen. David Berger, commandant of the Marine Corps, said that he is considering allowing Marines to re-enlist in their second or third year of service, and that the Corps will give the authority to make re-enlistment decisions to local commanders.
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